REVIEW: Lacura Mud To Foam Cleanser

REVIEW: Lacura Mud To Foam Cleanser

A few months ago I bought a selection of Aldi skincare products and I’m slowly working my way through them (although I still can’t bring myself to try the Pixi copy, Lacura ‘Healthy Glow’ tonic. Aldi is notorious for cloning…

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ADVANCE NOTICE: TIME Bomb Offer QVC 9th December 75% Discount

ADVANCE NOTICE: TIME Bomb Offer QVC 9th …

QVC have had some cracking offers in conjunction with Time Bomb skin care, but I think this probably one of their best in terms of value. There are four well-loved Time Bomb products in the collection (two are supersize), plus…

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REVIEW: Time Bomb PEACE + QUIET Coconut Cleansing Oil

REVIEW: Time Bomb PEACE + QUIET Coconut Cleansing …

Time Bomb PEACE + QUIET Coconut Cleansing Oil is an Oil-based formula that gently dissolves and removes surface impurities, including wax, silicone and oil-based makeup, and SPF products.  We all need to wear SPF daily, but it can sometimes be tricky…

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REVIEW: PIXI Make Up Melting Cleansing Cloths

REVIEW: PIXI Make Up Melting Cleansing Cloths

I don’t use cleansing cloths to remove my make up. Even when I first started to wear make up I was always diligent about taking it off properly (I must have read a scare story in Jackie). I used Lemon Delphi…

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REVIEW: NSpa Micellar One-Step Cleanser

REVIEW: NSpa Micellar One-Step Cleanser

I’m not a fan of Micellar Water cleansers, even though they’re raved about by beauty editors and bloggers. To me, they’re the equivalent of make up wipes, OK in a dire emergency, but nowhere near as efficient or effective as…

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REVIEW: TIME BOMB Take Off Time Cleansing Cream

REVIEW: TIME BOMB Take Off Time Cleansing …

I’m a huge fan of cream cleansers, ideal for mature skin as they’re less drying than soap and kinder to our skin. Time Bomb’s Take-Off Time Cleansing Cream nestles at the (mid) luxury end of the market. It’s a gentle but moisturising,…

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